The equations that are first gotten should be a linear system. If it could be solved using the substitution method, that's be great! Thanks.
The equations that are first gotten should be a linear system. If it could be solved using the substitution method, that's be great! Thanks.
At a local fitness center, members pay a six dollar membership fee and $3 for each aerobic class. Nonmembers pay $4 dollars for each aerobic class. For what number of aerobic classes will cost nonmembers...
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how would one solve this particular problem by substitution? y = x+4 y^2...
x+3y=4 2x+3y=2
3x-y=-8 5x+2y=5
3x-y=-8 5x+2y=5
x=y-7 x+8y=2
x=y-7 x+8y=2
Enter the system's solution as an ordered pair including the comma. If the system has no solution enter "none". If it has infinitely many solutions, enter "infinitely many solutions...
let x be the total sales (in dollars) and Y be the income (in dollars) that megan would receive. Using these variables, set up a system of equations for the incomes from Companies A and B. Then...
Y=6 Y=5x+7
4x+2y=-2 y=6x-5